Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Ashes 2021-22: Australia wins big over England by 275 runs and takes a 2-0 lead

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Australia defeated England by 275 runs and won the series for 2-0. They wrapped up the win on the fifth day at Adelaide Oval. England had a total of three sessions of batting. Jos Buttler had an amazing resistance of 26 runs off just 207 balls. Buttler and Chris Woakes had a great partnership, the latter made 44 runs.

Match Report : Australia vs England

Joe root’s team did well until the game’s final session when Jos Buttler was battling away for more than four hours before getting the stumps. Australia’s win actually showed the difference between the two teams.

Pat Cummins and Steve Smith led the Australian team and now they can finish another home Ashes win when the third Test gets under the way.

Australia finally won the series. It took them longer than expected even when the wickets of Ollie Pope and Ben Stokes were taken. Jos Buttler did provide a resistance of making 26 runs from 207 balls and Chris Woakes made 44 runs making it an improbable escape.

Australia defeated England by 275 runs at Adelaide Oval on Monday for the five-match series. Australia had set a target of 468 and England were all pot for just 192 runs in the session.

Chris Woakes’ 44 was the highest individual score in England’s abject second innings batting display, while Jos Buttler frustrated Australia for a while with a dogged 26 off 207 balls.

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Jhye Richardson was the best pick for Australian bowlers who got 5 wickets giving only 42 runs.

The Australian team had an amazing constructed innings and there has been a slow but steady moving over a period of time. The amazing batting that the Australian players did had already made the audience predict the future. The declaration was merely about the timing in total.

Marnus Labuschagne, the Australian cricketer said. “This is certainly one, managing the night session and managing the tougher times to bat and the easier times to bowl and vice-versa.”

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